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Black Hippy member Kendrick Lamar isn't afraid to go against the grain with his opinions. The Compton rapper was recently interviewed by TruthisScary.com and had some interesting takes on the political process and man's exploration of outer space.
“My vote counts? I don’t do no voting. I will keep it straight up real with you. I don’t believe in none of the sh*t that’s going on in the world,” Kendrick said. “If you talk with me, you'll be talking to me for hours because everything has a contradiction, everything is higher rankings and way beyond us, way beyond people. So basically, do what you do, do good with your people and live your life because what’s going on isn’t really in our hands. If it's not in the president's hands then it's definitely not in yours. When I say the president can’t even control the world, then you definitely know there’s something else that's out there that's really pushing the buttons. They could do whatever they want to do. Been doing it for years, we all puppets. Just play your cards right.”
When asked if he thought man really landed on the moon Kendrick said he didn't think so.
"Man, probably not, I wouldn't care. I'm trying to land in a motherf*cking mansion," he said. "All that other sh*t is beyond me. I think motherf*ckers should start focusing on what they need to do in life and not worrying about the word, then they will make their situation a better place. But we constantly stress ourselves trying to figure this sh*t out. Believe in God, there's only one God. F*ck all that religious sh*t. Believe in one God and do right. Try your best to do right. We aint perfect, so just do that and everything will be straight. But as far as worrying about the man on the moon and all that other bullsh*t, it's irrelevant. It's 2012 and that's how I'm thinking right now."